Initial trading results for May suggest volumes slumped after busy first quarter
Europe's largest derivatives exchange and
two of the main US options markets have reported mixed trading
volumes for May, confirming anecdotal reports of a dramatic
slowdown in trading during the second quarter.
Deutsche Boerse’s derivatives
exchanges Eurex and ISE traded an average of 8.0 million
contracts per day on average, down a fifth on May 2015.
Eurex reported an average daily volume of
5.9 million contracts in May 2016 compared with 7.7 million in
the same month last year.
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